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    Good job! any MC 9point Raiders in Europe?

    HI,

    i hafe a 9point5 since dez 2004 i am verry happy about. now its come the time to go port du soleil... may be i can spy out some 9point5 rider.. my 9point5 is white and black.
    cu on track.

    antonio

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    That looks really cool. I like the custom set-up of the black rear on the white front. Much better than the normal boring silver rear.
    I think your bike would look great with a set of black '05 9point5 decals.
    Tim

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    Thanks, are you from Mountaincycle factory?

    more picture and comments on

    www.booch.ch

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    Quote Originally Posted by fox-ranger
    Thanks, are you from Mountaincycle factory?

    more picture and comments on

    www.booch.ch
    Yeah, that's me. Check out my photos in the other MC posts.
    We can hook you up with whatever you need.
    Who do you get your MC stuff from?
    I'll go check your link.
    Tim Parker
    MC assembly / shipping / testing

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    Nice kitties.

    Cool website, I only looked at the photos though.

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    thanks.

    clay, a sale man from MC gife my the adress from adrenalinebikes at orange county than im mailed with greg from adrenaline and i buyed this frame. and some stuff from pro-M italy.


    "We can hook you up with whatever you need."
    yes a kawasaki green sanday frame !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fox-ranger
    thanks.

    clay, a sale man from MC gife my the adress from adrenalinebikes at orange county than im mailed with greg from adrenaline and i buyed this frame. and some stuff from pro-M italy.


    "We can hook you up with whatever you need."
    yes a kawasaki green sanday frame !!!!
    the fork stoper dont work whith my boxxer worldcup 05 hy stop the fork 6mm before the frame. the problem is that i hafe a low radius for turns....
    Clay's a nice guy, he just left to work for another company.

    You don't need a Sunday. Besides, the green and grey ones are made in Taiwan. You would want a Kinesis USA made Sunday Factory. (I guess you clicked my _ link huh?)
    I could have one if I wanted, but I ride a 9point5.
    Adjust the shock and you can tune the ride to do whatever you want. I know for a fact that the 9point5 is a much stronger frame than the Sunday. I've been trying to break mine by doing big stuff for the last 2-1/2 years.

    I'll have to look into the fork stop compatibility with Boxxers. Have you tried it ia all four positions? Both holes, forward and backwards? There is also a spacer that can go between the fork-stop and frame to lower it a bit.
    Good luck,
    Tim

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    yes i hafe test all positions and with/without spacer back/front. but is only a confinement on turn under 1.5m radius.... and on same northshore tracks in switzerland 98% of tracks are ok!! i love my 9pont5.
    the shock setup i hafe you can see on my page i make a xls history... click on the 5th icon on my website

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWISTED
    Clay's a nice guy, he just left to work for another company.

    You don't need a Sunday. Besides, the green and grey ones are made in Taiwan. You would want a Kinesis USA made Sunday Factory. (I guess you clicked my _ link huh?)
    I could have one if I wanted, but I ride a 9point5.
    Adjust the shock and you can tune the ride to do whatever you want. I know for a fact that the 9point5 is a much stronger frame than the Sunday. I've been trying to break mine by doing big stuff for the last 2-1/2 years.

    I'll have to look into the fork stop compatibility with Boxxers. Have you tried it ia all four positions? Both holes, forward and backwards? There is also a spacer that can go between the fork-stop and frame to lower it a bit.
    Good luck,
    Tim
    is there a project on air for update off the 9point5 frame like a nother linkid or design....????

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    Quote Originally Posted by fox-ranger
    yes i hafe test all positions and with/without spacer back/front. but is only a confinement on turn under 1.5m radius.... and on same northshore tracks in switzerland 98% of tracks are ok!! i love my 9pont5.
    the shock setup i hafe you can see on my page i make a xls history... click on the 5th icon on my website
    I'm sorry. I can't read anything on your site. I only understand English.
    Isn't the 5th icon for "links"?

    On my 5th element
    I always set volume at full out.
    I use 50# air most of the time. unless I have to pedal alot, then I increase air.
    compression usually full out.
    rebound at full out.
    I tried to make it as "active" as possible.

    I have a Fox DHX 5.0 now. I think it works better.

    I have a 66rc fork, so I don't need a fork stop anymore.
    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by fox-ranger
    is there a project on air for update off the 9point5 frame like a nother linkid or design....????
    I think the linkage works very well.
    We are considering a special performance update for the 9point5 for next year. I can't say anything yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWISTED
    I'm sorry. I can't read anything on your site. I only understand English.
    Isn't the 5th icon for "links"?

    On my 5th element
    I always set volume at full out.
    I use 50# air most of the time. unless I have to pedal alot, then I increase air.
    compression usually full out.
    rebound at full out.
    I tried to make it as "active" as possible.

    I have a Fox DHX 5.0 now. I think it works better.

    I have a 66rc fork, so I don't need a fork stop anymore.
    Tim
    www.booch.ch/5th.xls

    i am 88Kg

    spring 400lbs
    120psi
    bottom out full off
    beginnig full off
    rebound 3 turns out
    sag 26mm

    i never make a fox in my bike!!!
    i hafe see many dhx5 blow off the rebound modul!

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